List of sites to visit

Lots of ideas for visits to make in Alsace with your family, friends or loved ones

With your Pass'Alsace, enter the parks, museums and castles of Alsace for free. You have 24 hours, 48 hours, 3 or 5 days (over 14 days) to make your outings and visits, depending on the Pass you have chosen. An ideal formula to enjoy your weekend with your family (activities with children, animal parks...) or to visit the region and its must-see attractions with your friends and family for a holiday in Alsace! A real good deal! Think of the Pass'Alsace for your next holidays in Alsace in 2023 !

Think of the dematerialized Pass'Alsace !

The Pass'Alsace exists in 100% dematerialized form! You can order it on the online shop by specifying that you choose your mobile phone as a support and you will receive it by return in the form of a QR Code that you can present to enter all the sites of the Pass'Alsace network.


La Villa, Archeological Centre


Opened in 2014 in Dehlingen, La Villa is no ordinary museum. Designed as a modern cultural venue open to all, it is conceived as an invitation to discover the heritage of Alsace Bossue through an interactive tour. Nestled in the heart of the Grand...


Lalique Museum


Situated in the village where René Lalique founded his factory in 1921, the museum has an extraordinary display of Lalique’s creations, focusing mainly on glass.


Laub Museum


Located in the heart of the city, in the former 17th century Common House, the museum is devoted largely to textile industrial heritage. An important textile centre since the beginning of the 17th century, Bischwiller gradually gained a reputation...

Parks and wildlife parks

Le Vaisseau


The Vaisseau is a formidable mediation tool built and managed by the European Collectivity of Alsace since 2005. Welcoming around 170,000 visitors each year, the Vaisseau's mission is to help people discover science in a different way and to disse...


Lichtenberg Castle


The castle is mentioned for the first time in 1206 as being the property of the lords of Lichtenberg. It was in 1480 that the last of the Lichtenbergs, Jacques le Barbu, died. Later, around 1580 , Count Philip IV of Hanau-Lichtenberg (heir to the ...


Luggage Museum


Since 2016, the former Banque de France of the city has been home to the collection of over 200 trunks and luggage belonging to Marie and Jean-Philippe Rolland. The couple from Haguenay have patiently and passionately assembled and restored suitca...

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